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1:41 pm
Tue April 15, 2014

Sandy Relief Funds For Somers Cove Public Housing Units

Credit noaa.gov

The Somerset County Commissioners voted to take $700-thousand from the $8.6 million of Hurricane Sandy relief funds to pay for rehabilitation 16 public units which still have mold and other issues.

The Salisbury Daily Times reports that The funds will go to the Crisfield Housing Authority which oversee the Somers cove apartments.

When the hurricane the complex like most the city was hit by severe flooding of up to 5 feet deep.

In the aftermath it was thought that the insurance money the Authority got from the Federal Emergency Management Agency would be enough to cover the costs.